Commission of Inquiry: Burundi

Friday, September 1, 1995

Commission of Inquiry: International Commission of Inquiry for Burundi Duration: 1995 - 1996 Charter: UN Security Council Resolution S/RES/1012 Commissioners: 5 Report: Public report  

Type: Truth Commission

Transitional Justice

Transitional Justice

Friday, September 1, 1995

By: Neil J. Kritz; editor

By bringing together the collective experience of numerous countries and cultures over the past fifty years, this three-volume compilation of readings provides an invaluable resource for government officials, private organizations, scholars, and others involved in the transitions of today and tomorrow.

Type: Book

Transitional Justice

Transitional Justice

Friday, September 1, 1995

By: Neil J. Kritz; editor

How Emerging Democracies Reckon with Former Regimes, Volume II: Country Studies

Type: Book

Transitional Justice

Transitional Justice

Friday, September 1, 1995

By: Neil J. Kritz; editor

How Emerging Democracies Reckon with Former Regimes, Volume I: General Considerations

Type: Book

The Military Balance in Bosnia and Its Effect on the Prospects for Peace

The Military Balance in Bosnia and Its Effect on the Prospects for Peace

Wednesday, August 30, 1995

On June 7, at the invitation of the Congressional Committee on Security and Cooperation in Europe, the United States Institute of Peace conducted a briefing on the military balance in Bosnia The event was conceived as the first in a series of meetings on the possibility of opening new prospects for diplomacy in managing the conflict.

Type: Special Report

Sources of Conflict: Highlights from the Managing Chaos Conference

Sources of Conflict: Highlights from the Managing Chaos Conference

Tuesday, August 1, 1995

By: G.M. Tamas; Samuel P. Huntington; Robert Kaplan; Jessica Tuchman Mathews

The choice of the term "chaos" could hardly be regarded as a choice beyond controversy. The choice was made in part to acknowledge the debate surrounding the term that surfaced during 1994 and continues apace. Spurred primarily by events in Somalia, Haiti, Bosnia, and Rwanda (and the international community's less-than-perfect responses to them), this debate centers on the question of whether the forces of order in the world are not in fact being overwhelmed by increasing and increasingly nov...

Type: Peaceworks

Conflict Analysis & Prevention

Truth Commission: Germany 95

Saturday, July 1, 1995

Truth Commission: Study Commission for the Overcoming of the Consequences of the SED Dictatorship in the Process of German Unity Duration: 1995 - 1998 Charter: Act No. 13/1535 Commissioners: 36 Report: Public report  

Type: Truth Commission

Somalia and Operation Restore Hope

Somalia and Operation Restore Hope

Thursday, June 1, 1995

By: John L. Hirsch; Robert B. Oakley / Chester A. Crocker; Foreword

“Somalia” has become a symbol for the unacceptable costs of humanitarian intervention, for the type of foreign involvement that should be avoided. But the authors of this timely book, themselves key participants in the U.S.-led operation there, argue that substantial good was done—the tide of famine was stayed, hundreds of thousands of lives saved, and steps toward political reconciliation begun.

Type: Book

Truth Commission: Haiti

Saturday, April 1, 1995

Truth Commission: National Truth and Justice Commission Duration: 1994 – 1996 Charter: Executive Order Commissioners: 7 Report: Public report  

Type: Truth Commission

Perspectives on Pacifism

Perspectives on Pacifism

Wednesday, March 1, 1995

By: David R. Smock

In this Perspectives Series volume, the United States Institute of Peace brings together Christian, Jewish, and Muslim theologians and activists to debate the role of nonviolence in peacemaking and conflict resolution, yielding rare insight into the complexities of modern religious thought on justice and peace.

Type: Book

Religion